Nature Study Trail in Paaskula Bog

Nature Study Trail in Paaskula Bog

Nature Study Trail in Paaskula Bog
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The 4 km long trail runs along soil and boardwalk through different forest types, over canals and springs. There is a 10 m high observation tower located on the side of the pine forest, where it is also possible to take a rest. The trail is passable in every season without getting one’s feet wet.The 2 km long trail for children and disabled people runs mainly on coated roads and is passable in full (along with platforms) with a pram and a wheelchair.Information stands introducing nature in the bog have been mounted on both parts of the trail.
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Scott E
Tucson28 contributions
Jun 2018 • Solo
I hiked both Red & Green loops today. It is a pleasant, but uneventful hike thru Estonia re-growth forest. Perhaps more interesting when lots of water & perhaps more wildlife.
Directions: Take Bus 5 from Viru bus top and get off at Kauge bus stop, then walk briefly in same direction to 1st intersection and follow road that angles ahead and to the right about 1 mile to large open parking area and interpretative sign (no Eng - but not really necessary)
Alternate return from N edge of loops via Bus 18 route back (Google Maps)
Written 5 June 2018
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Matiss Z
16 contributions
Oct 2017 • Friends
5 km walk, with a watch tower, that is currently being fixed.
Few boards were broken, but you could still get over them, and i would recommend boots that are waterproof and/or boots that you're not afraid to get dirty as there is a small place where you need to walk through mud.
You can park your car next to the road.
There are few beautiful animals while driving to the trail.
Written 23 October 2017
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Felix S
Herning, Denmark85 contributions
Jul 2017 • Family
Nice place for a pause from the city pulse. Easy to get to from the city center (we took bus 18 from Viru) and did a walk of approx. 2 hours following a combination of the red and the blue tour.

Had our kids (age 8 and 10) with us.
Remember to bring some mosquito repellent!

Must be an amazing places for local runners!
Written 13 July 2017
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Kadi T
9 contributions
May 2017 • Solo
You can easily go there with bus or a car. I've been walking there twice and both times were very pleasant. It seems to be great place for a nice sunday walk with family/friends or with a dog. Also, you can notice some runners as well.
Written 14 May 2017
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SteinbergSigne
Tallinn, Estonia852 contributions
Aug 2016 • Friends
Not far frim tha main road. Take bus nr 33 to Hiiu and keep left from the city centre side. I usually run there. You can take wat road ever there, ending up some start anyway.
Written 12 October 2016
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LJ0286
Edinburgh, UK64 contributions
Aug 2015 • Couples
Very pretty walk in the woods, close to Tallinn city centre. We easily managed to reach it by bus, then used GPS to find the start of the walk. We did the board walk covering the viewing platform. The boggy terrain is really interesting - lots of frogs and insects, and we even saw a viper! Got bitten a few times by large flies (not the viper!) - would recommend bringing insect repellent in the summer.
Sometime the board walk disappears at junctions, but never for more than 50m. The terrain is quite easy - we were fine in trainers.
Written 26 August 2015
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miasmith
Tallinn, Estonia736 contributions
Jul 2013 • Friends
Pääsküla rabarada offers an amazing experience in nature. The wooden trail takes you through different landscapes and natural habitats, making sure you won't get lost. There is also an observation tower there which is an excellent place for a picnic with its wonderful views. Although it is right next to Nõmme residential area, you won't feel closeness to the city. It's a perfect place for a short escape from the busy city.
Written 10 December 2013
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